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Innovative Teaching with Technology

Innovative Teaching with Technology contains four criteria in which a course can be deemed exemplary. These four criteria are shown below in the three rankings of baseline, effective, and exemplary.

Baseline Effective Exemplary
  1. Course uses limited technology tools to facilitate communication and learning.
     

  2. New teaching methods are applied to enhance student learning.
     

  3. Multimedia elements and/or learning objects are limited or non-existent.
     

  4. Course uses Internet access and engages students in the learning process.


     

  1. Course uses some technology tools to facilitate communication and learning.
     

  2. New teaching methods are applied to innovatively enhance student learning.
     

  3. Multimedia elements and/or learning objects are used and are relevant to student learning.
     

  4. Course optimizes Internet access and effectively engages students in the learning process.

 

  1. Course uses a variety of technology tools to appropriately facilitate communication and learning.
     

  2. New teaching methods are applied and innovatively enhance student learning, and interactively engage students.
     

  3. A variety of multimedia elements and/or learning objects are used and are relevant to student learning throughout the course.
     

  4. Course optimizes Internet access and effectively engages students in the learning process in a variety of ways throughout the course.